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1 OSHA 10 GENERAL INDUSTRY FACT SHEETS The following Fact Sheets are provided to assist the student in identifying content and learning objectives for each module presented in the training course. There is one Fact Sheet for each module presented in the course. They are easily printed either singly or collectively. OSHA 10 GENERAL INDUSTRY FACT SHEETS CLICKSAFETY.COM, INC. PAGE 1 OF 18

2 Introduction to OSHA o This training module familiarizes you with the basics of the Occupational Safety and Health Act as specified by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). It is designed to supplement other formal presentations on OSHA safety standards. o Estimated length: 40 minutes o Audience: Foreman, supervisors, and managers o Upon completion, the student should be familiar with why OSHA exists; what OSHA standards do and do not cover; and the importance of adhering to guidelines, including consequences for failing to do so. o Title 29 Code of Federal Regulations 1910 o National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) o Employer and employee rights and responsibilities o Inspections, violations, and citations o Federal versus state law o OSHA history and standards OSHA 10 GENERAL INDUSTRY FACT SHEETS CLICKSAFETY.COM, INC. PAGE 2 OF 18

3 Electrical Safety and LOTO o This course will Introduce electrical safety concepts, identify hazardous electrical energy sources, explain electrical hazards, explain the concept of lock-out/tag-out and provide solutions for the control of hazardous electrical energies. o Estimated length: 60 minutes o Audience: Employees, supervisors, and managers who work with electrical equipment. Given current OSHA and industry information regarding workplace illnesses, injuries and fatalities, and the OSHA requirements for protecting the health & safety of employees, the student will be able to understand and recognize hazards associated with electricity. o Specifically, the student will be able to: Identify major hazards associated with electricity Describe the types of electrical hazards and their effect on the human body Protect themselves from exposure to electrical hazards Recognize employer requirements to protect workers from electrical hazards o Basics of Electricity o Basic Electrical Safety o Electrical Hazards o Safe Work Practices o Circuit Protection Devices o Equipment Design o Protective Equipment o Control of Hazardous Energy o Methods of Isolation o Energy Control Program o Working With Electricity OSHA 10 GENERAL INDUSTRY FACT SHEETS CLICKSAFETY.COM, INC. PAGE 3 OF 18

4 Ergonomics in the General Industry o This training is intended for workers, unions, supervisors, contractors, safety specialists, human resources managers anyone with an interest in safe construction work sites. Some of the most common injuries in the workplace are the result of job demands that push the human body beyond its natural limits. Workers who must often lift, stoop, kneel, twist, grip, stretch, reach overhead, or work in other awkward positions are at risk of developing a work-related musculoskeletal disorder (WMSD). o Estimated length: 1 hour At the end of this course, the student should be able to: o Identify the major hazards associated with MSD and RMD type injury and illness. o Describe types of activities that can lead to MSD and RMD injury and illness. o Tools and a better understanding of how to protect themselves from MSD and RMD injury and illness producing hazards. o Recognize employer requirements to protect workers from exposure to MSD and RMD injuries. o OSHA.gov o Section on Ergonomics located at the link below o o Basics o Ergonomic Disorders o Hazards Recognition o Hazard Control o Simple Solutions OSHA 10 GENERAL INDUSTRY FACT SHEETS CLICKSAFETY.COM, INC. PAGE 4 OF 18

5 Exit Routes, etal o This course will review just a few of the horrible events that justify the requirement to regulate exit routes, and mandate emergency action and fire prevention plans. Course will also familiarize the student with the coverage of the regulations, some common definitions, design and construction requirements, safeguards for exit routes, basics of emergency action and fire prevention plans and more. o Estimated length: 1 hour o Audience: managers, superintendents, foreman, crew leaders, employers, and anyone with safety responsibilities. o Given current industry information regarding occupational injuries and fatalities, and the OSHA requirements for protecting the health & safety of employees, the student will be able to explain the importance of Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans, Fire Prevention Plans and Fire Protection in the workplace o Specifically, the student will be able to: Explain the importance of emergency egress & access, planning, fire prevention and protection Describe the purpose for emergency planning and preparation and how it saves lives Utilize the emergency systems & processes to protect themselves from injury Recognize employer requirements to provide emergency exit routes, response plans and fire protection and prevention programs for the protection of employees o References for this course include various sections of OSHA regulations found in 29 CFR Part 1910, and others that may be relevant to the presentation. o Coverage / Definitions o Design / Construction o Safeguards etc. for Exit Routes o Emergency Action Plans o Fire Prevention Plans o Portable Fire Extinguishers OSHA 10 GENERAL INDUSTRY FACT SHEETS CLICKSAFETY.COM, INC. PAGE 5 OF 18

6 Hazardous Materials in the Workplace o This training module covers methods to prevent chemical exposure that may cause or contribute to many serious health effects such as heart ailments, central nervous system, kidney and lung damage, sterility, cancer, burns, and rashes. Some chemicals may also be safety hazards and have the potential to cause fires and explosions and other serious accidents. o Estimated length: 1 hour o Audience: Foremen, Supervisors, other workers o Given current OSHA and industry information regarding workplace illnesses, injuries and fatalities, and the OSHA requirements for protecting the health & safety of employees, the student will be able to identify hazardous substances and protect themselves from their hazards. Specifically, the student will be able to: Identify major health hazards associated with hazardous substances Describe types of hazards associated with hazardous substances Protect themselves hazardous substances Training and information specifically on Flammable and Combustible Liquids, Spray Finishing Compressed Gases, Dipping and Coating Operations Recognize employer requirements to protect workers from exposure to hazardous substances. o Title 29 of the Code of Federal Regulations, sections 1910 Subpart H, Hazardous Materials o Background o Route of Exposure o Hazard Factors o Harmful Effects o Forms of Hazardous Substances o Exposure Limits o Hazard Prevention and Control o Odors and More o Other Considerations o Handling / Storage o Flammable / Combustible Liquids o Spray Finishing o Compressed Gases o Dipping and Coating Operations o Employer Responsibility o Sources of Information and Assistance OSHA 10 GENERAL INDUSTRY FACT SHEETS CLICKSAFETY.COM, INC. PAGE 6 OF 18

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8 Hazard Communication o This module is intended to familiarize the student with the basics of OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard (also known as right to know), but more importantly, will address the hazards and controls required for managing hazardous materials and hazardous substances. See for more information, Sections through This standard applies to nearly all workplaces in general industry except mobile workplaces such as vehicles or vessels. o Estimated length: 1 hour o Given current OSHA and industry information regarding workplace illnesses, injuries and fatalities, and the OSHA requirements for protecting the health & safety of employees, the student will understand their right-to-know the identities and hazardous properties of the chemicals they are exposed to in the workplace. o Specifically, the student will be able to: Exercise their right-to-know the identities and hazardous properties of chemicals used in their workplace Describe both acute & chronic health effects that result from exposure to hazardous chemicals Protect themselves from exposure to health hazards Recognize employer requirements to communicate hazards and protect workers from health hazards o The primary reference is 29 CFR o Employer / Employee Obligations o Physical / Health Hazards o Material Safety Data Sheets o Labeling RDS&p_id= own-and-probable-human-carcinogens OSHA 10 GENERAL INDUSTRY FACT SHEETS CLICKSAFETY.COM, INC. PAGE 8 OF 18

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10 Leading Cultural Change o This training module discusses the current safety culture in the construction industry. It is designed to give workers knowledge of how to improve the current culture and minimize hazards during their workday. o Estimated length: 45 minutes o Audience: Workers, Supervisors, Managers o Discuss Past & current safety performance o Identify cultural challenges in the construction industry o Describe the role of the workforce in improving the current culture o Understand how to protect yourself and others from serious injury and death through personal responsibility to change the current culture o Recognize the role of management in improving the current culture o Title 29 of the Code of Federal Regulations, section o History of Safety o Construction Safety Today o General Duty Clause o What Causes Injuries o Unsafe Conditions o Unsafe Acts o Changing the Culture o Safety Leadership Skills OSHA 10 GENERAL INDUSTRY FACT SHEETS CLICKSAFETY.COM, INC. PAGE 10 OF 18

11 Machine Guarding o This presentation is designed as basic outreach safety and health training for workers working with or near operating machinery. Since workers are the target audience, this presentation emphasizes hazard identification, avoidance, and control not standards. No attempt has been made to treat the topic exhaustively. It is essential that the student take the information presented in this training and apply it to his/her work operations and/or work activities to promote workplace safety and injury prevention. o Estimated length: 30 minutes o Audience: Workers in the General Industry o Given current OSHA and industry information regarding workplace illnesses, injuries and fatalities, and the OSHA requirements for protecting the health & safety of employees, the student will be able to identify and protect themselves from unguarded machine and equipment hazards. o Specifically, the student will be able to: Identify major hazards associated with unguarded and inadequately guarded machines & equipment Describe types of hazards that exist with unguarded and inadequately guarded machines & equipment Protect themselves from unguarded and inadequately guarded machines & equipment hazards Recognize employer requirements to protect workers from exposure to unguarded machine hazards o References for this course include various sections of OSHA regulations found in 29 CFR Part 1910 and others that may be relevant to the presentation. o Injuries o Machine Areas o General Requirements o Motions and Actions o Safeguards o Guards o Devices o Saws / Presses / Plastics OSHA 10 GENERAL INDUSTRY FACT SHEETS CLICKSAFETY.COM, INC. PAGE 11 OF 18

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13 Material Handling and Storage in General Industry o This course will cover several topics to include what employees should know before moving, handling, and storing materials, the potential hazards, precautions and safe work practices to include recommended lifting techniques. o Estimated length: 30 minutes o Audience: Employees, Supervisors, Managers o Given current OSHA and industry information regarding workplace illnesses, injuries and fatalities, and the OSHA requirements for protecting the health & safety of employees, the student will be able to recognize hazards associated with material handling, storage, use and disposal. o Specifically, the student will be able to: Identify major hazards associated with material handling. Describe types of hazards associated with material handling. Protect themselves from hazards associated with material handling. Recognize employer requirements to protect workers from injury due to handling, storing, using and disposing of materials. Regulatory reference for this course is principally OSHA s, 29 CFR, Materials Handling and Storage. o Manual Handling of Materials o Conveyors o Powered Industrial Trucks o Cranes, Hoists and Slings o General Material Handling OSHA 10 GENERAL INDUSTRY FACT SHEETS CLICKSAFETY.COM, INC. PAGE 13 OF 18

14 Personal Protective Equipment o Personal Protective Equipment, intended for workers in General Industry. Since workers are the target audience, this presentation emphasizes hazard identification, avoidance, and control not standards. No attempt has been made to treat the topic exhaustively. Estimated length: 1 hour o Audience: managers, superintendents, foreman, crew leaders, employers, and anyone with safety responsibilities. Given current OSHA and industry information regarding workplace illnesses, injuries and fatalities, and the OSHA requirements for protecting the health & safety of employees, the student will be able to determine, select and use proper Personal Protective Equipment.. o Specifically, the student will be able to: Describe types of hazards that require personal protective equipment Identify and select appropriate personal protective equipment Protect themselves from safety & health hazards by wearing personal protective equipment Recognize employer requirements to protect workers from exposure to hazards at all times o OSHA requirements, various sections of: 29 CFR 1910 (General Industry). American National Standards Institute (ANSI). National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH). Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). U.S. Coast Guard (USCG). o General PPE Program Issues o Head Protection o Eye / Face Protection o Arm and Hand Protection o Hearing Protection o Respiratory Protection o Body Protection o Fall Protection o High Visibility Apparel o Working Near or Over Water OSHA 10 GENERAL INDUSTRY FACT SHEETS CLICKSAFETY.COM, INC. PAGE 14 OF 18

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16 Safety & Health Programs o This course will cover basic elements of a Safety and Health Program and how the worker can adapt their knowledge to make a safer workplace. o Estimated length: 30 minutes o Audience: Workers in the General Industry Objective of this course is to provide training information so the student will be able to understand the significance of how an effective safety and health program can be in preventing illnesses, injuries and fatalities in general industry work environments. Specific educational objectives: o Major benefits associated with an effective Safety and Health Program. o Major elements included in an effective safety and health program. o o The intent of safety and health programs and how to improve them. Recognize employer requirements to provide for a safety and health program that effectively reduces and prevents employee injury, illness and fatalities. o Injury and Illness Prevention Program rule I2P2 o Information located at the following link: o Commitment / Involvement o Worksite Analysis o Hazard Prevention and Control o Safety and Health Training o Additional Program Elements OSHA 10 GENERAL INDUSTRY FACT SHEETS CLICKSAFETY.COM, INC. PAGE 16 OF 18

17 Walking and Working Surfaces/Ladders o We ll be discussing the hazards, controls and requirements associated with walking and working surfaces. We will also discuss both fixed and portable ladders. o Estimated length: 1 hour o Audience: employees and supervisors o Identify major slip, trip and fall hazards o Describe types of slip, trip and fall hazards o Protect themselves from slip, trip and fall hazards o Recognize employer requirements to protect workers from slip, trip and fall hazards o Recognize the hazards and controls associated with all types of ladders (fixed and portable) o OSHA General Industry Standards, 29 CFR 1910, Subpart D, Walking and Working Surfaces. o Information from the OSHA Training Institute o General Requirements o Floor/Wall Openings and Holes o Stairway Railings and Guards o Fixed Industrial Stairs o Scaffolding o Mobile Work Platforms o Ladders o Portable Ladders o Fixed Ladders o Safe Work With Ladders o Other Working Surfaces o Employer Obligations OSHA 10 GENERAL INDUSTRY FACT SHEETS CLICKSAFETY.COM, INC. PAGE 17 OF 18

18 ClickSafety.com, Inc. phone: N. California Blvd, Suite 425 fax: Walnut Creek, CA ClickSafety.com, Inc. All rights reserved. ClickSafety and the corporate logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of ClickSafety.com, Inc. in the United States. All other company and product names are used for identification purposes only and may be trademarks of their respective owners. ClickSafety.com, Inc. cannot guarantee completion of any future products or product features mentioned in this document, and no reliance should be placed on their availability. Printed in the U.S.A. OSHA 10 GENERAL INDUSTRY FACT SHEETS CLICKSAFETY.COM, INC. PAGE 18 OF 18

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